A few weeks ago, I was talking to a guy, I'd hired to help me do some work around my place when he noticed my No Trespassing sign that was nailed to a nearby post. He turned the Coke to his mouth swallowing the last of its contents before throwing the empty can into the bed of his pick-up truck. He then Turned toward me as he cleared his throat, and said; good thing you nailed … [Read more...] about The Responsible Use of Lethal Force – What You Should Know…
Security & Self-Defense
Advice on personal self-defense as well as retreat and home security. Keep your family, friends, and yourself safe from attack from looters and other aggression with the information here.
Guest post by Joe Alton MD In these days of smartphone distractions, you’re seeing more and more people oblivious to their surroundings. In the past, this might get you a bump on the head by walking into a lamp post. In today’s world, however, it could cost you your life. The NYC vehicular attack that killed 8 and injured a number of others is just the latest in a number of … [Read more...] about Vehicular Terror: A Simple Blueprint for Creating Mayhem
by Livinthedream This article is targeted (pun intended!) at ladies who carry. And those who don’t. You men should read it, too so you can tell the lady in your life about it. Let me be clear, however, that I am a novice about weapons. I know what I like and why I like it, but I likely shall never be an “expert” on weapons. However, there are bloggers and readers … [Read more...] about Women, Holsters, and Concealed Carry Mag….
by Weston Hawks I have been around firearms most of my life and in the past 6 years, I have grown to love shooting and learning about them. This year I have started a journey of becoming more proficient with them. I am going to share the four aspects of firearms training as I see them. Before I get started on the four aspects there are some guidelines that I would like to … [Read more...] about 4 Key Aspects Of Firearms Training For Self-Defense
by Alden Mills In SEAL Team one of the first tactical procedures you learn as a team is how to set a perimeter. The idea behind a perimeter is simple – it’s 360 degrees of mobile security. Setting a perimeter is not unique to SEAL Team, every special operations and infantry branch that I’m aware of uses a similar tactical mindset to create a perimeter of safety no matter … [Read more...] about How to Set a Perimeter at Home and While Traveling Abroad
by Vicki C We can’t know for sure how or when the world as we know it will end, but we are definitely headed for destruction. Some of the most popular scenarios for doomsday are natural disasters (and with the recent hurricanes, it looks like we’re not that far), nuclear terrorism or war (see the conflict between the US and North Korea) or, the more futuristic one, the zombie … [Read more...] about Three Guns To Consider for Home Defense
Firearms training and education are among the most needed and least likely part of a preppers knowledge base to be obtained. In many cases, firearms training and instruction consists of little more than military basic training, law enforcement POST training and annual qualifications, concealed permit training, hunter education classes and or basic NRA classes. These by … [Read more...] about Firearms Training and Education in the United States: Weekly Review and Suggestions